CIOB publish a revised and updated version of the Complex Projects Contract.
BSRIA back a four-month feasibility study to develop a UK scheme that will deliver the standard of energy performance specified in client briefs.
Read about one of the world's most iconic buildings that after over a century continues to inspire affection.
Lendlease to pioneer 'WELL' certification and provide 'WELL ready' workplaces for tenants.
George Osborne's Spending Review confirms new apprenticeship levy that could threaten the viability of the Construction Industry Training Board.
Rebekah Paczec from Snapdragon Consulting gives us her unique take on the spending review and what it means for the construction industry.
HSE publish Occupational health risk management in construction. A guide to the key issues of occupational health provision.
7 uses of lighting to improve health and wellbeing by BRE Buzz.
Free to download, at-a-glance guide published by BRSIA.
Around the web
New research report from the Federation of Master Builders indicates that bureaucracy dissuades a third of construction firms from taking on apprentices.
10 things you need to know about the Chancellor's Autumn Statement 2015.
Watch a new CIOB and ITN programme 'Building Tomorrow' looking at the shifting trends taking the construction industry forward into a more technologically advanced and digital era.
Committee for Climate Change warns that new housing built in the UK will have to be expensively retrofitted in order to meet targets.
BIM Academy joint venture launch new training facility to help expand the use of BIM in China.
The latest official ONS output figures show falling construction activity, for the first time since 2013 Q1.
AMBS Architects unveil plans for The Bride - a 'vertical city' tower in Basra that would become the tallest building in the world.
New published guidance from HSE on occupational health hazards that affect hundreds of construction workers each month.
Read about the new net-zero-energy building policy that California has mandated for adoption by 2030.
The future is round - why modern architecture is becoming increasingly doughnut-shaped.
The winners of the Structural Awards 2015 are announced.
NBS survey finds that the rate of construction industry disputes is continuing to rise.
Founding Partner, Mike Davies to step down from the board after 40 years at RSHP.
You can read Mike's excellent article about concept design written exclusively for Designing Buildings Wiki by clicking here.
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